Follow the link for more information. Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the 2009 film. For the 1979 Star fire sex Trek film, see Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Star Trek is a 2009 American space opera film directed by J.
Abrams and written by Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman. The idea for a prequel film which would follow the Star Trek characters during their time in Starfleet Academy was discussed by series creator Gene Roddenberry in 1968. Austin, Texas, Sydney, Australia, and Calgary, Alberta. In the 23rd century, the Federation starship USS Kelvin is investigating a “lightning storm” in space. A Romulan ship, Narada, emerges from the storm and attacks Kelvin. Captain Robau come aboard to negotiate a truce. Robau is questioned about the current stardate and an “Ambassador Spock”, whom he does not recognize.
Nero, kills him, and resumes attacking Kelvin. Winona, to abandon ship while he pilots Kelvin on a collision course with Narada. Kirk sacrifices his life to ensure Winona’s survival as she gives birth to James T. Seventeen years later on the planet Vulcan, a young Spock is accepted to join the Vulcan Science Academy.
Realizing that the Academy views his human mother Amanda as a “disadvantage”, he joins Starfleet instead. On Earth, Kirk becomes a reckless but intelligent young adult. Three years later, Commander Spock accuses Kirk of cheating during the Kobayashi Maru simulation. Kirk argues that cheating was acceptable because the simulation was designed to be unbeatable.
The disciplinary hearing is interrupted by a distress signal from Vulcan. With the primary fleet out of range, the cadets are mobilized. Enterprise arrives to find the fleet destroyed and Narada drilling into Vulcan’s core. Narada attacks Enterprise and Pike surrenders, delegating command of the ship to Spock and promoting Kirk to first officer.